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StirCrazy

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Posted: 10/17/20 05:21am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

my last trailer I went 10 years with out a problem, the one before that 10 years no issues, this one i am on 4 years and I noticed a broken bead on a tire so I replaced that this spring. kinda when they need replacing for me, but I am wondering if the type of roads are different causing more stress on the tires down there? who knows.

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on the side of the freeway in a angry panic! When they need to be replaced obviously!

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Posted: 11/07/20 10:46pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Every four years.

Have an aluminum trailer and the cost to repair skin damage from a blown tire is a lot more than a set of tires.


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About fifteen years ago, I had two blow outs within a month on tires that look almost as if they were new, but were five years old.
Ever since, I get new ones every four years

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On autos 6-7 years

just replace the 20 month old tires on my travel trailer, because too many china bombs have just let loose while traveling down the road.

I do agree with 4-5 years assessment above.

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Posted: 11/08/20 07:55am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

when they need replacing, most time its around 6-8 years, but I just replaced one with a broken belt at 3 years.

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I replace them about every three years. I rotate them through to my cargo trailer or car hauler.
Having a flat locally with either of them isn't as bad as having a flat on the interstate with the TT.

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about every 3-4 years on the trailer. by that time they have 15-20K miles or so on them and tread is down to the point I normally change tires at.


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We bought G good year 614's every 5 years and never had any issues and really no wear on the tires. Original tires were G 159's. alpenlite was a 2001 model.

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We bought G good year 614's every 5 years and never had any issues and really no wear on the tires. Original tires were G 159's. alpenlite was a 2001 model.

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